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Thursday, August 20, 2015

Sogoma Cashew Butter Recipe

Cashew trees flourish on African soil. Sogoma toasted cashew butter recipe is an easy to make African recipe. Creamy Cashew Butter can be used in place of peanut butter in almost any recipe.


Sogoma toasted cashew butter recipe is an easy to make African recipe.
Sogoma Cashew Butter Recipe, Africa is the 
center of the cashew world.
Africa is the center of the cashew world; Cote d'ivoire (former Ivory Coast), Nigeria and Guinea-Bissau are the largest cashew producers on the African continent. Cote d'ivoire produces 20 percent of the world's raw cashews. 




Sogoma Cashew Butter Recipe


Ingredients:
1 cup raw cashew nuts
3 tablespoons palm oil or vegetable oil
1/2 teaspoon salt

Directions:

Add 1 tablespoon oil to heated frying pan add ingredients mix well and lightly toast. In a food processor, grind ingredients until smooth. Store cashew butter as you would peanut butter.


Sogoma Cashew Butter Recipe




Did you know…?

The official language of Cote d’ivoire is French and the Dioula dialect is most widely spoken. Sogoma translates to morning in the French Dioula dialect.

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